The 101 Best Disc Golf Discs in the Game Today


We all love disc golf. And we dream about having the best bag with the best discs. I know that I’ve slowly started to accumulate some of the best discs in disc golf. But I wanted to know more about the best disc golf discs. I didn’t just want a top 10, top 15, or top 25 list. I wanted to learn all about the 101 best disc golf discs.

So I made a list, this list, and I’m sharing that list with you. Today, you can check out the ultimate list of the best discs in disc golf – the best disc golf discs in the game today.

Why I chose these discs

Before I get into the meat and potatoes, I just wanted to quickly go over why I chose these discs.

1. Popularity: they’re some of the most popular discs in disc golf today. I’m especially focused on the first 40 discs or so as those discs are heavily used all over the world. But the entire list is based on favorites used by pros to average Joe’s.

2. Recommendation: some of the discs on this list were part of a recommendation at one point or another by the #discgolfcommunity. You spoke, I listened…then I wrote this post.

3. Favorites: some of the discs on this list are personal favorites in my collection that I use.

4. Top-selling: some of the discs on this list are the top selling discs on InfiniteDiscs.com. They have a great ratings system that I look at and rely on when I search for discs. If you need anything from them, grab it here on their site.

Quick reference on player skill

True beginner: fresh on the course and in their first few rounds. There aren’t a lot of players in this range as it’s easy to get out of.

beginner: someone who is new to disc golf, doesn’t know all the terms, bad technique, within their first 30-50 rounds. Most players are in this skill range and play extremely casual disc golf. But there’s nothing wrong with that.

Intermediate: someone within their first 30-100 rounds (or more), understands terminology and rules, may play casual, might be getting into competitive play, has a decent bag built. A lot of players progress to this skill range and don’t usually progress past this level of play.

Advanced: advanced players are those that use the advanced overstable discs in most of their game. These players have played more than 150-300+ rounds over the course of a couple of years and have sufficiently developed to be able to win tournaments consistently. There are not a lot of players at this skill level.

Professional: the few and far between. Everyone dreams of becoming a professional disc golfer, but very seldomly does it happen. The pros are elite, highly-skilled, highly-trained players that live and breath the sport of disc golf. It takes more than a few casual rounds to practice for this level of play. These golfers have progressed over what could be a decade or more of play including 500-1000+ rounds of play.

But enough of that. Let me show you what you’ve been waiting for: the 101 best disc golf discs in the game today

The 101 best discs golf discs in the game today

1. Discraft Buzzz – Mid-range (5, 4, -1, 1)

Best for: all skill levels

The Buzzz is #1 on this list because it’s hands down the most popular disc golf disc used today. But it’s not just popular because it feels good. The Buzzz is a disc that feels good, plays good, and just is good. It’s consistent, reliable, versatile, and easy to throw. It’s also a record-holding disc.

Current record: Most Recorded “Aces” – this is kind of an informal record and is currently ongoing. BestDiscGolfDiscs.com has the Buzzz listed at 7% of all aces recorded. This means the Buzzz is responsible for 7 out of every 100 aces. Pretty good.

You can get your own Buzzz to keep this record going here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

2. Innova Aviar – Putt and Approach (2, 3, 0, 1)

Best for: all skill levels

The Aviar is one of the most popular putters in the world today. This is definitely a disc that you should check out as a beginner. It is easy to throw, very forgiving, and controllable – everything a beginner player needs in a disc. But this disc is much more than that. It’s truly a staple in any level player’s bag and is trusted by pros all over the world. Pick one up here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

3. Innova Teebird – Control Driver (7, 5, 0, 2)

Best for: intermediate, advanced players

Oh, the TeeBird. It’s heavily favorited by much of the #discgolfcommunity and is the #1 control driver on this list for a reason. It’s just an all-around great disc to throw. The Teebird is the disc Ken Climo used as part of his bag to win the PDGA World Championship. If you want a disc that’s going to help you win, grab a Teebird here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

4. Innova Leopard – Control Driver (6, 5, -2, 1)

Best for: beginners

The Leopard is high up on this list because of how great of a disc it is for newer players. First off, it’s the best control driver for beginner disc golfers. I would rather beginners only throw mids and putters, but you’ve got to start somewhere with throwing drivers and the Leopard is that starter disc.

For beginners transitioning into intermediate play, this disc is very versatile and reliable. It will hold almost any line you throw. And it’s easy to throw. More advanced players may look to faster, more overstable discs, but the Leopard is always a good option to keep in the bag. Grab yours here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

5. Innova Destroyer – Distance Driver (12, 5, -1, 3)

Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The Destroyer is one of the most popular drivers today in disc golf and is listed as InfiniteDiscs.com’s #1 selling disc golf disc. That’s why it’s the #1 distance driver on this list. The Destroyer has been used by many pros including Ricky Wysocki and has been an extremely successful disc golf disc for over a decade now. Grab a destroyer for yourself here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

6. Dynamic Discs Judge – Putt and Approach (2, 4, 0, 1)

Best for: all skill levels

The Judge is an amazing, extremely popular putter in disc golf today. A ton of people use it because it just feels great to throw. Dynamic really hit a home run with this disc. This is hands down my go-to putter. You can grab one for yourself here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

7. Innova Wraith – Distance Driver (11, 5, -1, 3)

Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The Wraith is another world record holder on multiple levels. The first record is for fastest thrown disc. In 2013, Simon Lizotte threw a 130 gram Innova Blizzard Wraith an astounding 89.5 miles per hour!

The other record is for women’s distance. In 2016, Jennifer Allen hucked a 151 gram Innova Starlite Wraith 569 feet to set the mark for women.

Records broken: Highest Throw Speed (MPH), Longest Backhand Flight Distance (Women’s)

Apparently, Wraiths are pretty good. You can grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

8. Innova Roc – Mid-range (4, 4, 0, 3)

Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The Roc has been a staple disc in a lot of bags for years. Some believe that this is the greatest mid-range ever made, but I put the Buzzz up at #1 for a reason. But the Roc, as far as mid-range discs go, is a very close second. The only reason I believe that the Roc falls to #2 on this list is because it isn’t as beginner friendly. But in terms of being an advanced player, the Roc takes it. Grab this fantastic disc here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

9. Innova Valkyrie – Control Driver (9, 4, -2, 2)

Best for: intermediate players

Before the Innova Boss took over as the 863 foot record holder and subsequently the 1,108 foot record holder, the record belonged to Christian Sandstrom and his DX Vallyrie at 820 feet (measured at 250 meters at the time). Besides this record, the Valk has been a staple in many disc golfer’s bags for years. Why? Well, it’s just a consistent, reliable disc. It’s also great for transitioning into intermediate play. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

10. Dynamic Discs Sheriff – Distance Driver (13, 5, -1, 2)

Best for: intermediate, advanced players

Oh, man, I LOVE the Sheriff. I’ve recommended this disc in almost every discs post that I possibly could have. The Sheriff is a fantastic distance driver great for those transitioning into intermediate play. Advanced players can really use this disc for distance, as it’s meant to fly far as f*ck. This disc is truly the distance multi-tool in my bag. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

11. Innova Boss – Distance Driver (13, 5, -2, 3)

Best for: advanced players

The Innova Boss is a truly a world record breaking disc. In 2016, David Wiggins Jr. threw a 156 gram RPro Boss 1,109.8 feet. Now granted this was thrown with tailwind and for maximum distance, but still, the disc went 1,108 feet! Some of the longest disc golf holes are only 600-700 feet.

Record broken: Longest Backhand Flight Distance (Men’s)

Before the record was broken, it currently sat at 863 feet set by Simon Lizotte with a 157 gram Innova Blizzard Boss. So the Boss has been busy!

You can get the record breaking R Pro Boss here on Amazon.

Or you can get an Innova Boss in other plastics here on InfiniteDiscs.com if Amazon is sold out.

12. Discraft ESP Zeus Paul Mcbeth Edition – Distance Driver (12, 5, -1, 3)

Best disc golf discs 2020Best for: intermediate, advanced players

I added the Paul Mcbeth ESP Zeus to this list because of the popularity that this disc has gained already since it was released in early 2019. This overstable driver flies really well, turns slightly when first thrown, and always has a predictable low-speed fade. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

13. MVP Tangent – Mid-range (4, 4, -0.5, 0.5)

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Best for: beginners, intermediate players

A high-quality mid-range that uses MVP’s awesome overmold and gyroscope technology. This understable disc is ideal for beginners and less powerful throwers because of its easy, straight, neutral lines. Definitely could be a great starter mid-range. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

14. Westside Discs Harp – Mid-range Putter (4, 3, 0, 3)

Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The Harp is an interesting overstable disc that’s coined a “mid-range putter.” It honestly feels like more of a mid-range than a putter but still works great for both. It’s similar in feel to a Dynamic Discs Truth. I love this disc as a solo round disc and use it often during my short drives. Grab this popular disc here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

15. Innova Mako3 – Mid-range (5, 4, 0, 0)

Best for: all skill levels

The Mako3 is considered by a lot of disc golfers to be one of the best mid-range discs ever made (along with the original Mako mid-range). Innova made the Mako3 a bit faster and took away some glide and it seems to work. I think both discs are great, but the Mako3 takes the prize. Rest easy in knowing that I’ve lumped the Mako in with this one.

Grab a Mako3 here on InfiniteDiscs.com

You can also get a Mako here.

16. Dynamic Discs EMac Truth – Mid-range (5, 5, 0, 2)

Best for: intermediate players

The EMacTruth is an awesome disc by Dynamic Discs that I believe is very underrated and underutilized in the #discgolfcommunity. It’s a fantastic solo disc round disc that I use every once in a while for practice. It’s just a bit more stable than the Truth, but it’s more consistent and reliable from what I’ve seen. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

17. Innova Roc3 – Mid-range (5, 4, 0, 3)

Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The Roc3 is a super popular redesign of the Roc by Innova. The Roc3 has a little bit of added speed to make it a touch faster. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

18. Gateway Wizard – Putt and Approach (2, 3, 0, 2)

Best for: all skill levels

The Wizard is an absolute beast of a putter and is extremely popular in the #discgolfcommunity. The Wizard is great for a variety of reasons including: great for approach shots including holding solid lines, great for putter-only rounds, good glide, and great grip for grabbing the chains. You can get this disc here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

19. Innova Thunderbird – Control Driver (9, 5, 0, 2)

Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The Thunderbird, according to Infinite Discs, “comes from strong bloodlines. The stability of a TeeBird with the speed of a Valkyrie; it could be best described as a seasoned Firebird, but with less fade.” It’s an extremely popular disc and is a great option for any intermediate or advanced bag. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

20. Latitude 64 River – Control Driver (7, 7, -1, 1)

Best for: beginners, intermediate players

The River can really do a lot for your bag. It handles so well after it is thrown and seems to fly a straight line almost every time it’s thrown. And the best part about this disc is the glide. It will fly and fly if it’s thrown correctly. I absolutely love that about it. The River can also be a staple disc for advanced players, once you get to that point. You can get a River here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

21. Innova Atlas – Mid-range (5, 5, 0, 1)

Best for: all skill levels

I’m a huge fan of the Atlas. It’s Innova’s first attempt at a double mold and they did a fantastic job. It’s just a bit overstable, but will normally fly straight as an arrow until the very end of flight and it pulls into the low-speed fade enough to lay down and stay down. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

22. Discraft Avenger SS – Distance Driver (10, 5, -3, 1)

Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The Avenger SS was a redesigned version of the popular Avenger driver and was retooled to be much straighter. Discraft achieved their goal and made a disc perfect for beginners transitioning into intermediate play and those intermediate players who need a versatile disc with a lot of high-speed turn. Grab an Avenger SS here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

23. Innova Nova – Putt and Approach (2, 3, 0, 0)

Best for: all skill levels

The Nova was a staple disc for Paul Mcbeth for the years he was sponsored by Innova. This disc is absolutely fantastic, similar to the Aviar with just a bit less stability. The Nova is also a double mold, which I’m personally a big fan of (my favorite being the Innova Atlas mid-range and this disc). But it’s great for many things including: a starter disc for true beginners, approach shots, and drives around 200-225 feet. The Nova is super accurate and deserves a spot in your bag. You can get one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

24. Latitude 64 Claymore – Mid-range (5, 5, -1, 1)

Best for: all skill levels

The Claymore was first brought out during the 2014 Trilogy Challenge. It’s a very well balanced, straight-flying, easy-to-throw mid-range that is perfect for beginners. It’s also a great disc for single disc disc golf rounds. If you’re looking for a fantastic disc as a beginner, this is a great choice. Get a Claymore here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

25. Prodigy D1 – Distance Driver (12, 5, 0, 3)

Best for: intermediate, advanced

The D1 is an overstable, speed and distance disc for power throwers. It’s also a great disc to tackle headwind throws and is comparable to the Innova Destroyer. You can get a D1 here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

26. Legacy Cannon – Distance Driver (14, 5, -3, 3)

Best disc golf discsBest for: intermediate, advanced players

The Cannon is special in that it’s another world record holding disc. In 2014, Jason Cortella threw a 168 gram Legacy Icon Cannon a ridiculous 624 feet with a forehand throw.

Record broken: Longest Forehand/Sidearm Flight Distance

Besides the record, the Cannon is meant for speed and distance. With a speed of 14 and a glide of 5, Legacy wanted this disc to do just that. You can get a record-breaking Cannon here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

27. Discraft Zone – Putt and Approach (4, 3, 0, 3)

Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The Zone rocks. It’s a very consistent, straight flier that can be used in a ton of different situation besides putting. For drives, it goes straight and then fades a bit at the end of flight. Approach shots usually stick. And putting just works with this disc. The Zone is an overall awesome putter. Definitely grab one of these off of InfiniteDiscs.com.

28. Latitude 64 XXX – Control Driver (7, 3, 0, 4)

Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The XXX has a special place on this list. Although it’s not one of the most popular discs, it’s currently a world record holder. In 2014, Jason Cortella threw a 177 gram Latitude 64 Opto XXX 483 feet with an overhand tomahawk.

Record broken: Longest Overhand / “Upside-Down” Flight Distance

Besides the record, there’s more to this disc. A swiss army knife of discs, the XXX will be your go-to for getting out of trouble, precision flex shots, and for hyper straight rollers squeezed though tight gaps. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

29. Innova Katana – Distance Driver (13, 5, -3, 3)

Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The Katana has been nicknamed the “sidewinder on steroids” by Innova. It’s a disc that can do all kinds of things on the course with huge turnover shots being it’s specialty. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

30. Dynamic Discs Evidence (RETIRING) – Mid-range (5, 5, -1, 0)

Best for: all skill levels

I was sad to hear that Dynamic was going to be retiring the Evidence. But that doesn’t mean we have to quit using it! This understable disc is great for beginners and is a fantastic option for your solo disc rounds. Grab one while you still can here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

31. Latitude 64 Mercy – Putt and Approach (2, 4, 0 1)

Best for: all skill levels

The Mercy is similar to the Dynamic Discs Truth or Westside Discs Harp in mold. There’s a lot of grip allowing this disc to be thrown for more than just putts. The mercy throws excellent for almost all putts. Because of the mold of this disc, it plays more like a mid-range approach putter. Approach shots with this disc usually drop in nicely and stick well. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

32. Dynamic Discs Justice – Mid-range (5, 1, 0.5, 4)

Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The Justice is a straight up utility disc designed for headwinds and approach shots. It’s heavily overstable with great fade on the end. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

33. Innova Eagle – Control Driver (7, 4, -1, 3)

Best for: intermediate players

The Eagle was Innova’s original high-speed control driver and continues to be a popular disc. Some compare the Eagle to the Teebird, with the Teebird being just slightly more overstable. Overall, the Eagle is just a great disc for your bag. You can get one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

34. Innova Firebird – Control Driver (9, 3, 0, 4)

Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The Firebird is a developing player’s first meathook. This disc is super overstable and provides newer players the opportunity to start working with discs that have a lot of fade at the end of flight. The great thing about the firebird is that it doesn’t have to be thrown very hard to fly correctly. You can find the Firebird here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

35. Prodigy F7 – Control Driver (7, 5, -3, 1)

Best for: beginners

I’m really liking Prodigy’s selection of discs right now (even though they aren’t new). As a beginner, the F7 is probably one of the top 5 control drivers that you could start with. I’ve got it highlighted in my 37 best disc golf discs for beginners post for a reason: it’s a phenominal starter control driver for new players. Grab yours here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

36. Prodigy PA-4 – Putt and Approach (3, 3, -1, 1)

Best for: all skill levels

I recently picked up a PA-4 and immediately liked how it felt. This putter appears to be great in a lot of different putting, approach, and driving situations. Honestly, the feel of this putter is similar to an Aviar. If you can, grab one of these for your bag here on InfiniteDiscs.com. Great putting option.

37. Discraft Thrasher – Distance Driver (12, 5, -3, 2)

Best for: intermediate, advanced players

I’m a big fan of the Thrasher. This disc was a karma disc find for me. I found one, sent it back to its owner, then almost immediately found a brand new Thrasher with no name not long after that. But the Thrasher is very understable, making it a decent disc for intermediate players who have enough arm speed. Check the Thrasher out here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

38. Innova Shryke – Distance Driver (13, 6, -2, 2)

Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The Shryke is a relatively new disc from Innova that is a great for beginners transitioning into intermediate play. It does take a little bit of arm strength to be able to throw correctly, but the turn is generous and the fade is not too strong on the end. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

39. Infinite Discs Pharaoh – Distance Driver (13, 6, -1, 2)

Best for: intermediate, advanced players

So far, I really like the Pharaoh. You’ve probably read that I’m a big fan of the Sheriff and Infinite’s Pharaoh feels and flies similarly to it. Here’s what Infinite Discs has to say about it:

“The Pharaoh is the quintessential distance driver, built for a high speed release and maximum distance. The fade is not overpowering, making this a distance driver that will work wonders even for intermediate players. Throw the Pharaoh off the tee when you need to cover as much territory as possible.”

You can get one here on their site.

40. Innova Shark – Mid-range (4, 4, 0, 2)

Best for: true beginners, beginners

The Shark is a brilliant starter mid-range for new players. It comes as part of the DX starter set and is pretty easy to throw. The disc flies fairly straight with a small amount of fade on the end of flight. Grab a shark here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

41. Westside Discs Swan 1 Reborn – Putt and Approach (3, 3, -2.5, 0)

Best for: beginners, intermediate players

The Swan 1 Reborn is a great beginner disc that Westside molded after the original Swan disc that was continued a little while back. This disc is great for any arm speed and can help you crush long straight putts. Grab yours on InfiniteDiscs.com.

42. Innova Panther – Mid-range (5, 4, -2, 1)

Best for: beginners, intermediate players

The Panther is a really great disc for new disc golfers. It’s also part of the Innova Champion starter set. Check it out here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

43. Dynamic Discs Trespass – Distance Driver (12, 5, -1, 3)

Best for: intermediate, advanced players

A very thin and fast overstable driver. The Trespass gets great distance without maxing out your power. Put it on a forehand hyzer and it will finish straight. Otherwise it has a perfect and reliable fade back at the end of flight. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com

44. Discraft Comet – Mid-range (4, 5, -2, 1)

Best for: true beginners, beginners, intermediate players

The Comet is a really easy mid-range for new players. The understability helps beginners stay a little bit more consistent with every throw. And once you develop your game, the Comet will help you with many different shots. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

45. Latitude 64 Pure – Putt and Approach (3, 3, -1, 1)

Best for: all skill levels

The Pure is a super straight-flying putter from Lat 64. It’s a veror popular, beginner-friendly putter that is absolutely fantastic for putter only rounds and working on technique. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

46. Discmania DDx – Distance Driver (12, 6, -1, 2)

Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The DDx is a stable distance driver from Discmania that was a pretty popular addition for the company in 2016. This is a straight flying, distance-loving driver great for beginners transitioning into intermediate play and other players with strong arms. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

47. Latitude 64 Saint – Control Driver (9, 7, -2, 2)

Best disc golf discsBest for: intermediate, advanced players

The Saint is a very popular, yet super underrated disc golf control driver. The Saint has a decent amount of high-speed turn and a moderate amount of low-speed fade on the end of flight. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

48. Discraft Roach – Putt and Approach (2, 4, -1, 1)

Best disc golf discsBest for: all skill levels

The Roach was the 2015 Discraft Ace Race Disc. According to Infinite Discs, the Roach is “a straight flier with extra glide, the Roach is crafty in avoiding danger while incessantly pursuing chains.” Grab one here on their site.

49. Westside Discs King – Distance Driver (14, 5, -1.5, 3)

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Westside has created an awesome (and extremely fast) disc when it comes to the king. It is an overstable disc, with flight ratings of 14, 5, -1.5, 3, but it’s got just enough turn to help it cut right before the fade kicks in. Great distance disc as well. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

50. MVP Ion – Putt and Approach (3, 3, 0, 1.5)

Best disc golf discsBest for: all skill levels

The Ion is an extremely popular putt and approach that you can really do a lot with. This disc resembles the Gateway Wizard and is great for approach shots. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

51. Innova Rat – Mid-range (4, 2, 0, 3)

Best disc golf discsBest for: all skill levels

The Innova Rat is a flat top, beadless, low profile disc designed specifically for forehand approach shots and headwind throws. This disc is similar to a Discraft Zone or a Westside Harp (they’re both awesome by the way). Grab a Rat here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

52. Discraft Crank – Distance Driver (12, 5, -1, 2)

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Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The Crank is a very popular control driver from Discraft that was designed to provide disc golfers the right mix of speed, stability, and distance. This is an overall great disc to get behind if you’ve got enough arm strength. Get a Crank here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

53. Innova Corvette – Distance Driver (14, 6, -1, 2)

Best disc golf discsBest for: intermediate, advanced players

The Corvette is a newer disc from Innova. It’s also their second 14 speed driver. This disc zooms out of your hands. Because of the speed, I would not recommend it to beginners. But it could be a good disc for beginners transitioning into intermediate play. Before you grab one of these, make sure that you’ve got the arm to throw it! Get yourself one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

54. Infinite Discs Chariot – Mid-range (5, 5, 0, 1)

Best disc golf discsBest for: all skill levels

The Chariot is a stable mid-range that flies dead straight when thrown flat with power and then finishes with a small amount of fade. It’s similar in comparison to a Mako3, if that helps you make a decision. This is a good disc for beginners who have a few rounds under their belt. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

55. Kastaplast Berg – Putt and Approach (1, 1, 0, 2)

Best disc golf discsBest for: intermediate, advanced players

The Berg is a slow flying putter that stays stable and never drifts too far away from the target. Being that it’s fairly overstable, the Berg is consistent and reliable with a predictable ending fade. You can get one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.


56. Dynamic Discs Felon – Control Driver (9, 3, 0.5, 4)

Best disc golf discsBest for: advanced players

The Felon is a great overstable mid-range for all kinds of shots on the course. The top is pretty flat and it feels good, and it always comes through with a killer meathook on the end. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

57. Discraft Meteor – Mid-range (4, 5, -3, 1)

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Best for: beginners, intermediate players

The Meteor is an extremely highly-rated and popular disc golf disc. The Meteor is an excellent understable midrange that is perfect for beginners and disc golfers with slower arm speeds. If you’re new, grab one of these on InfiniteDiscs.com.

58. Discmania P1X – Putt and Approach (2, 3, 0, 0)

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Best for: all skill levels

With a turn and fade of 0, the P1X is about as straight as straight can be. Overall, if you like light discs and you like a bead, this disc could be for you. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

59. Westside Discs Stag – Control Driver (8, 6, 0, 3)

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Best for: beginners, intermediate players

The Stag is an outstanding driver from Westside Discs that gives “control driver” a whole new meaning. Control is the staple of this disc, with shot shaping and versatility being the primary benefits you’ll get from throwing it. Once it’s broken in, it will give you nice turn with a predictable fade in the end. Grab yours here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

60. Discraft Archer – Mid-range (6, 5, -3, 1)

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Best for: all skill levels

The Archer is a very popular all-purpose, understable mid-range disc that was created for the 2016 Ace Race. Get yours here (link to InfiniteDiscs.com).

61. Envy – Putt and Approach (3, 3, 0, 2)

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Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The Envy is a very popular option amongst putters in disc golf. For putting they are stable but not too stable, and for driving they are dead straight with a little bit of fade at the end. Good option for the intermediate player on up. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

62. Latitude 64 Missilen – Distance Driver (15, 3, -0.5, 4.5)

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Best for: advanced players

The Missilen from Lat 64 is arguably the fastest disc on the market today. With flight ratings of 15 (yes, 15 speed!), 3, -0.5, 4.5, the Missilen is ridiculously overstable. So you have to have a bomb of an arm to throw this thing. Grab yours here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

63. MVP Tesla – Distance Driver (9, 5, -1, 2)

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Best for: beginners, intermediate players

According to MVP, “The Tesla’s responsive design balances a subtle turn and reliable fade, while a pronounced glide and forward finish gain extra distance. The Tesla extends high power or headwind lines and has plenty of bite to fade back reliably and reduce lateral drift. The Tesla can be considered the big brother to our acclaimed Volt fairway driver. Choose the Tesla for long-range pinpoint accuracy.” sounds good to me. Check out the Tesla here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

64. Discmania MD3 – Mid-range (5, 5, 0, 3)

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Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The MD3 is a bit more stable than Discmania’s other popular MD5 driver, but the MD3 will still always end with a reliable fade. This disc will start out to be somewhat overstable with the finish at the end, but over time this disc will begin to hold any line you put on it. Grab yourself one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

65. Prodigy PA-2 – Putt and Approach (3, 3, 0, 1)

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Best for: beginners, intermediate, advanced players

The PA-2 is another favorite among players looking for help in the wind, because of its consistency and reliability. That also makes it a good driving disc when thrown hard and flat. This disc will usually go straight and fade a bit more than the numbers suggest. But it’s a great putt and approach option for just about everybody. Check it out here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

66. Kastaplast Rask – Distance Driver (14, 3, 0, 4)

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Best for: advanced players

The Rask is an ultra-high-speed distance driver can be quickly described as “the faster disc.” Kastaplast states that,” those who want the fastest disc available, without the widest rim, reach for Rask.” You can grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

67. Innova Rhyno – Putt and Approach (2, 1, 0, 3)

Best disc golf discs
Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The Rhyno is a popular, slow-flying, overstable disc golf disc that’s great for windy conditions, short drives, and approach shots. This baby is just a good, average disc to have in your bag starting at intermediate play. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

68. Discraft Challenger SS – Putt and Approach (2, 4, -1, 2)

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Best for: all skill levels

The Challenger SS is the more beginner-friendly version of the popular Challenger from Discraft. This disc flies pretty straight and usually sticks where it lands. The grip, too, is nice. It’s very grippy allowing for superior putting inside and outside the circle. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

69. Innova Colossus – Distance Driver (14, 5, -2, 3)

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Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The Colossus was the first Innova driver in the speed 14 category. The nice understability helps the disc turn ever so slightly when first thrown and be brought down to the left with the predictable ending fade. This disc is fast and is not for beginner players. Intermediate players should be okay throwing this disc. But you need some arm speed to handle it correctly. Grab yours here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

70. Latitude 64 Compass – Mid-range (5, 5, 0, 1)

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Best for: all skill levels

The Compass is a stable and versatile mid-range developed in cooperation with World-class pro Ricky Wysocki. According to him, “the Compass will make me more confident on the course. Hyzer, straight, anhyzer; I can trust it on every angle.” Grab yours here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

71. Westside Discs Destiny – Distance Driver (14, 6, -2, 3)

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Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The Destiny is a distance driver that is meant to go fast and far. It’s also very forgiving due to its high glide and understability. If you’re controlling your drives well and looking for something faster for distance, the Destiny is that disc. Get yours here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

72. Infinite Discs Emperor – Distance Driver (12, 5, -1, 2.5)

Best disc golf discs
Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The Emperor is a moderately overstable, accurate, and powerful distance driver that can really beef up your long game. For those beginners with strong arms who are transitioning into intermediate play, this is a good disc to try out. Grab yours here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

73. Dynamic Discs Verdict – Mid-range (5, 4, 0, 3.5)

Best disc golf discs
Best for: intermediate, advanced players

According to InfiniteDiscs.com, “the Verdict is a very overstable midrange designed to handle a lot of torque with accurate consistent flights. These are unique discs with a flat, almost concave top.” You can get one of these here on their website.

74. Westside Discs Shield – Putt and Approach (3, 3, 0, 1)

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Best for: all skill levels

The Shield is an overstable putter that was first used in the 2014 Trilogy challenge. I’d say that the shield is an overall good putter that is great for putts, jump putts, approaches, and short drives. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

75. Discraft Stratus – Mid-range (5, 5, -3, 1)

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Best for: beginners, intermediate players

The Stratus is a great disc for new disc golfers because of its overall ease of throwing. It gives players with low power some pretty easy distance with minimal effort. so if you’re looking for a disc for someone straight out of the gate, grab one of these on InfiniteDiscs.com.

76. Westside Discs Underworld – Control Driver (7, 6, -3, 1)

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Best for: true beginners, beginners, intermediate players

The Underworld is a very forgiving control driver great for true beginners as it has a ton of high-speed turn and doesn’t need to be thrown very hard. This is also a great disc for anhyzer shots and it will fade ever so slightly at the end of flight. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

77. Latitude 64 Pearl – Mid-range (4, 6, -4, 0)

best disc golf disc for beginners
Best for: true beginners, beginners

The Pearl is a great starter disc for true beginners. Women, kids, and transitioning ultimate frisbee players stand to benefit from the heavily understable, very light mid-range. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

78. Infinite Discs Scarab – Putt and Approach (2, 4, 0, 1)

Best disc golf discs
Best for: all skill levels

A long-gliding mid-range that is great for long putts and approach shots, similar in feel to the Infinite Discs Myth putter. This disc is similar to the Prodigy P2 and the Innova XT Aviar. Grab yours here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

79. Discraft Nuke – Distance Driver (13, 5, -1, 3)

Best disc golf discs
Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The Nuke is a really popular disc from Discraft that is great for big distance flex shots, or straight shots that will dump hard at the end. This disc’s flight characteristics are very similar to the star destroyer. So you can see why it’s a popular disc. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

80. Prodigy F5 – Control Driver (7, 5, -2, 1)

best disc golf disc for beginners

Best for: beginners, intermediate players

The F5 is the more overstable version of the F7 driver and the more understable version of the F3 driver. The F5 has a good stability balance for newer players making it a good transition disc for beginners starting to move into using drivers. This is also a really great disc for intermediate players, but the F3 might suit you just as well. Grab an F5 here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

81. Innova Gator – Mid-range (5, 2, 0, 3)

Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The Gator is a relatively new disc from Innova that is absolutely fantastic for approach shots. This disc sticks pretty well upon landing, has hardly any glide and always ends with a hard fade. No matter what, this disc will fade. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

82. Gateway S Super Stupid Soft Voodoo – Putt and Approach (3, 4, 0, 1)

Best disc golf discs
Best for: all skill levels

The Gateway Voodoo Super Stupid Soft, according to InfiniteDiscs.com, “is a soft flexible plastic blend that provides an excellent grip, even in cold weather.” The Voodoo is a beadless, shallow disc with a rounded nose. Grab one here on Amazon.com.

83. Innova Orc – Distance Driver (10, 4, -1, 3)

Best disc golf discs
Best for: beginner, intermediate

As a highly reviewed driver by the #discgolfcommunity, I had to add the Orc onto this list. The Orc is very stable and can handle massive amounts of power. This disc has a hint of turn and a nice forward fade. Grab yours here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

84. Innova Stingray – Mid-range (4, 5, -3, 1)

best disc golf disc for beginners
Best for: all skill levels

The Stingray is a very dependable understable disc that is very controllable, will always flip when you need it, and has a tremendous glide. Even though there are a ton of discs with glide, this disc is among the best in that category. Grab yours here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

85. Axiom Proxy – Putt and Approach (3, 3, -1, 0.5)

Best disc golf discsBest for: all skill levels

The Proxy is a very friendly putt and approach disc that flies straight, which makes it a solid disc for short drives. Axiom states that, “The Proxy shares the Envy mold’s core, lending the same low-profile feel and solid grip, along with a short wing width and wide flight plate diameter for superior glide. The Proxy sets itself apart from the Envy with a remarkably straight forward-fading finish. A bit of high-speed turn potential allows the Proxy’s lines to be manipulated over a broad range of power, and helps less powerful throwers achieve straight putter drives.” Check it out here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

86. Discmania PD Freak – Distance Driver (10, 4, 0, 3)

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Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The PD Freak is an overstable, consistent, and reliable disc for players who have a little bit of experience on the course. This disc is the epitome of control, being able to hold any line you throw with ease. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

87. Innova Condor – Mid-range (3, 4, 0, 2)

best disc golf disc for beginners
Best for: true beginners, beginners

According to the #discgolfcommunity, the Condor is the king of rollers. This disc has a large diameter, which makes it a good transition disc for Ultimate Frisbee players. These discs normally fly stable and straight. But they’re very slow, so not recommended as anything more than a training disc. If you’re new, you can check this one out on InfiniteDiscs.com.

88. Discraft Magnet – Putt and Approach (2, 3, -1, 2)

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Best for: all skill levels

The Magnet is a really good putter from Discraft with a stiff bead, a short rim, and a slightly domed top. The Magnet is a very beginner friendly putter that also flies with some turn and a tiny amount of fade. Check it out here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

89. MVP Matrix – Mid-range (5, 4, -1, 2)

Best disc golf discs
Best for: advanced players

The Matrix is MVP’s most overstable mid-range. According to Infinite Discs, “It is a fast and smooth large-diameter midrange driver with responsive overstable flight for a broad power spectrum.” It’s a great disc for more advanced, powerful throwers. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

90. MVP Atom – Putt and Approach (3, 3, 0, 1)

Best disc golf discs

Best for: all skill levels

The Atom gets great distance and holds pretty solid, consistent lines as a putt and approach disc. Atoms are fairly forgiving discs and start turning more understable as they get beat in. So even more reason why it’s great for newer players. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

91. Innova Cobra – Mid-range (4, 5, -2, 2)

best disc golf disc for beginnersBest for: true beginners, beginners

This stable mid-range is great for shots that need shaping. The turn is slow and the fade is predictable. Great disc for beginners. Grab yours here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

92. Discmania P2 – Putt and Approach (2, 3, 0, 1)

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Best for: advanced, professional players

The P2 is a great disc for approach shots and handling a bit of headwind. Infinite Discs states that, “this putter was designed specifically for pro players, but can be useful for disc golfers of all skill levels.” You can grab one off their site here.

93. Latitude 64 Raketen – Distance Driver (15, 4, -2, 3)

Best disc golf discs

Best for: intermediate players, advanced players

The Raketen, which is swedish for “Rocket,” is an ultra-fast distance driver perfected by Lat 64. They use their incredible Opto Hex indentations to reduce drag and to help the Rask fly fast as hell. This disc can fly really far, but may be a stepping stone to another disc once arm speed and technique improves (due to a lot of turn). You can get a Raketen here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

94. Innova Wolf – Mid-range (4, 3, -4, 1)

Best disc golf discs

Best for: true beginners

The Wolf is the most understable disc that Innova offers. This is a fantastic disc for beginners trying to learn how to throw straight and it’s an good option for ultimate frisbee players looking to break into disc golf. Grab yours here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

95. Axiom Insanity – Control Driver (9, 5, -2, 1.5)

Best disc golf discs

Best for: intermediate players

This stable to understable driver can get you phenominal distance if thrown correctly because it glides extremely well. It also holds its line very well and is a good option for less powerful throwers. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

96. Kastaplast Kaxe Z – Mid-range (6, 5, 0, 2)

Best disc golf discsBest for: intermediate players

Predictable flight, slim proportions, and decent stability. What more could you ask for from a disc? Grab yours here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

97. Innova Tern – Distance Driver (12, 6, -2, 2)

Best disc golf discs

Best for: intermediate players

The Tern is a great addition to an intermediate bag, as it flies fairly straight, but is great for long turnover shots and flex shots. If you need something a bit more understable than the Destroyer, the Tern is your disc. Get it here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

98. Infinite Discs Tomb – Putt and Approach (3, 4, 0, 1)

Best disc golf discs

Best for: all skill levels

“The Tomb is a flat-topped, low-profile putter with a beaded rim,” states Infinite Discs. It’s got a great grip, comparable to a Champion Aviar. If you’re looking for something similar to Aviar, this might be a good choice. Check it out here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

99. Innova Wombat – Mid-range (5, 6, -1, 1)

Best for: beginners, intermediate players

Okay, so I’m a little bit biased with the Wombat. In all reality, it should’ve probably not been on this list. But this is my favorite mid-range and I put it here. This disc helped me understand that, as a new player, you need to be using mid-range discs and putters to learn disc golf. The Wombat is a very straight-flying disc with a ton of glide. Like an outrageous amount second only to the Lat 64 River. Definitely get a Wombat if you’re a newer player (link to InfiniteDiscs.com). Your disc golf game will thank you.

100. Discraft Luna – Putt and Approach (3, 3, 0, 3)

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Best for: intermediate, advanced players

The Luna is Discraft’s first mold in the Mcbeth line. It’s a stable, fast, straight putter that usually holds the line well and breaks in fairly fast. This disc is great as it’s a pretty firm but still has great grip. Grab yourself one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

101. Innova Beast – Distance Driver (10, 5, -2, 2)

Best disc golf discs

Best for: beginners, intermediate, advanced players

Just because I put the Beast last doesn’t mean I think any less of it. More of a “save the best for last” kind of thing. I like the Beast a lot. It was my very first disc (the only disc I’ve ever lost) and I ended up finding another not long into my #discgolfjourney. The Beast deserves a spot on this list because of how stable and easy to throw it is. This disc is just a bit too fast for beginners, but is a great disc to work into after using a Leopard or a River. Grab one of these here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

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